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NeighborGoods: Save money, borrow tools, make new friends

Why spend good money on a power drill you’ll only use once in a blue moon — when you could borrow it from a neighbor for free? Trouble is, many of us don’t know our neighbors — let alone what tools they have in their garages. Now a new site called NeighborGoods is trying to change [...]
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